Singer-songwriter Frankie Wesson started writing songs and performing in her hometown of Abergavenny at the age of 16. A self-taught musician, her acoustic heartfelt original songs are drawn from personal experience in life, love and growing up. Raised on artists like Fleetwood Mac, Alanis Morisette, Tracy Chapman and Eva Cassidy she also takes inspiration from a mix of contemporary artists such as Ed Sheeran, Paramore, Deaf Havana and Gabrielle Aplin. Coming together to create an acoustic pop/rock feel, of memories to music straight from the pages of her diary. Her self-penned work has been featured on BBC Radio 6 and BBC Introducing.
"There's a simplicity and an honesty that I really appreciate in her music" - Bethan Elfyn, BBC Radio Wales.
Accompanied by talented musician Reuben F Tourettes who brings his own flair to the table with his lyrical guitar playing and sensitive musical arrangements. These two have performed at Monmouth Festival, How The Light Gets In – Hay On Wye and London, Welshfest, Welshpool Music Festival, Welshpool Country Festival, live on U&I Radio as well as countless gigs in and around Wales.